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Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
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Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
Unesco tda webinar buna bojana
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  • 1. Integrated approaches for the implementation of the SAPs and NAPs: ICZM, IWRM and management of Coastal Aquifers Dimitris Faloutsos Senior Programme Officer GWP-Med
  • 2. The pilot application on the Buna/Bojana Area
  • 3. • Different “starting points” in terms of management approaches: ICZM, IWRM • Aim: Sustainability • Trigger for action: Legal obligations of the countries
  • 4. • Spatial Units (national and transboundary institutions, economic activities, natural processes taken into consideration etc.) IMF: Pilot project for Buna/Bojana area
  • 5. IMF: Pilot project for Buna/Bojana area
  • 6. Hydrogeological map of the study area
  • 7. • Borders of planning area ?
  • 8. Figure 33– Longitudinal profile of the right (western side) and left (eastern side) Bojana river branches starting from the branching point (green line) up to the sea mouthFigure 36. Coastal and Marine area of direct influence from Buna river.
  • 9. Figure 30. Water Bodies in the lower Buna catchment Figure 31. The groundwater bodies of Buna lower catchment
  • 10. Figure 62. Map of Buna with sampling stations • Assessment of the chemical status of surface waters • Biological quality assessment (a number of indices were used)
  • 11. • Assessment of the chemical status of surface waters • Biological quality assessment (a number of indices were used) BMWP Score Category Interpretation 0 – 10 Very poor Heavily polluted 11 – 40 Poor Polluted or impacted 41 – 70 Moderate Moderately impacted 71 – 100 Good Clean but slightly impacted > 100 Very good Unpolluted / unimpacted
  • 12. Classification of the sampling sites during the winter (November, 2012), spring (March 2013) and summer (June 2013) periods with the use of various Biotic Indices. Final classification of the Sampling Network of the Buna/Bojana River.
  • 13. The status of the Drin River before its entry into the Buna River Chemical – physicochemical status of the Drin WB Bad Chemical status of the Drin WB Bad Status of the Drin WB Bad The status of WB1 (upper Buna) BR2 Dacj Fraskanjel Chemical –physicochemical status of upper Buna stations - Bad Bad Biological status of upper Buna stations Bad Poor Poor Ecological status of upper Buna stations Bad Bad Bad Chemical status of upper Buna stations - Bad Bad Status of upper Buna WB Bad The status of the lower Buna River BR5 Bojana Bridge Bojana Left Branch Ada Bojana Chemical –physicochemical status of lower Buna stations - Poor Poor Bad Biological status of lower Buna stations Bad - Bad - Ecological status of lower Buna stations Bad - Bad - Chemical status of Buna stations Bad - Bad Bad Status of upper Buna WB Bad The status of Shasko Lake WB Chemical and physicochemical status of Shasko Lake WB Moderate Chemical status of Shasko Lake WB Bad Status of Shasko Lake WB Bad The status of Viluni Lagoon WB Chemical and physicochemical status of Viluni Lagoon WB Bad Chemical status of Viluni Lagoon WB Bad Status of Viluni Lagoon WB Bad
  • 14. Figure 50: Water budget of Buna / Bojana watershed (2006/07 - 2009/10)
  • 15. a. b. Figure 51: Pollution load (a: Total N, b: Total P) in Buna / Bojana watershed from urban wastes in 2011
  • 16. a. b. Figure 52: Pollution load (a: Total N, b: Total P) in Buna / Bojana watershed from agricultural activities in 2011
  • 17. a. b. Figure 53: Pollution load (a: Total N, b: Total P) in Bona / Bojana watershed from livestock in 2011
  • 18. Pollution load per municipality / commune in Buna / Bojana watershed in 2011 Municipality /Commune Area (km2) Total P (ton/year) Total P (ton/year/km2) Urban Agriculture Livestock Total Total Ana Malit 48.9 1.29 144.13 8.93 154.35 3.16 Balldre 9.3 - 1.07 2.33 3.40 0.37 Bar 38.4 0.61 14.59 0.73 15.93 0.41 Berdice 29.6 1.50 60.61 29.94 92.06 3.11 Bushat 24.5 0.92 21.81 16.28 39.00 1.59 Dajc 50.8 1.79 90.52 26.97 119.28 2.35 Rrethina 1.8 0.16 0.11 0.00 0.27 0.15 Ulcinj 241.4 9.36 70.06 22.41 101.82 0.42 Velipoje 63.5 1.67 53.77 72.93 128.38 2.02 Total 508.11 17.31 456.67 180.52 654.50 13.59
  • 19. Figure 26: Groundwater vulnerability map
  • 20. Figure 82: Groundwater risk map
  • 21. Using “CZM” tools, like population changes mapping Map 6.2: Decrease/increase of population Spatial distribution of settlements within 1 and 5 km from the coastline
  • 22. “Artificialisation” of the coastline Using “CZM” tools, like coastal artificialisation mapping
  • 23. Current state • Stakeholders Analysis report completed (focus groups meetings held in both countries and interviews to collect information on perceived management issues); • Study visit of international consultants implemented in May 2013; • First draft “ICZM” chapters of plan prepared • First draft “IWRM” river basin report prepared
  • 24. Next steps • Transboundary dimension of issues/impacts/solutions incorporated in the draft Management Plan, May 2014 • Draft Management Plan prepared, June 2014 • Consultation meeting at transboundary level, Podgorica, June 2014 • Final Management Plan prepared, July 2014 • Final presentation conference on TB Buna/Bojana IM Plan, September 2014
  • 25. CHALLENGES • Integrating management approaches (IWRM, ICZM) • Integration among domains/ sectors responsible for natural resources / spatial areas • Integration of regional legal instruments (WFD and ICZM Protocol; additionally MSFD) •Transboundary integration OBSTACLES • Lack of information and data / different sets of information and data formats • Responsibilities of institutions within and among countries OPPORTUNITIES • Answering to requirements of different legal obligations with single approach • Rationalization of approach (resources, time) • “Holistic” planning • Learning from each other – basis for joint management of resources • Building national capacities • Replication to other areas IMF: Pilot project for Buna/Bojana area
  • 26. www.gwpmed.org secretariat@gwpmed.org Sub-Component 1.3 Integrated Water Resources Management Thank you

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